With the highly anticipated The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance releasing on August 30th, I want to revisit the cult classic that is still equal parts beautiful and terrifying to this day. Jim Henson was an incredible genius who truly knew how to combine form with function to create a fantastical masterpiece!
Instead of going to the cinema to watch Brightburn, I decided to watch and review “Room for Rent” and “2001 Maniacs.” In short, I highly recommend both of these movies as they were so much fun to watch and feature some noteworthy performances from Lin Shaye and Robert Englund.
Ever see one of those horror-comedies that was panned by the critics when it came out, just to realize that if it was released today that it would be the talk of the horror community? Well, that is 1997’s Office Killer. With so much to enjoy in it, you’ll definitely want to checkout this article and watch it for yourself.
Alfred Hitchcock: the Art of Making Movies was an opening day attraction at Universal Studios Florida, and stood as tribute to the Master of Suspense and father of the modern horror film from 1990 to 2003. As I love exploring the past, present, and future of the parks, I thought it would be fun to hop in the wayback machine to analyze just why this attraction was popular then, and why there’s been a resurgence of interest and popularity.
“Good evening, Clarice.” How many of you have never thought of fava beans and chianti in the same way since then? Quite literally inventing a new genre that combines elements of horror, suspense, and crime to create the crime thriller, “The Silence of the Lambs” remains the motion picture that typifies the genre. Essentially, “Silence” is an indie film that flew in under the radar but soon grew to be immensely popular and critically acclaimed. It is arguably a dark crime-thriller, but it is also very much a horror film.